We've all heard of five nines of accuracy, but this clever little clock boasts 36 nines in its display, all cleverly arranged into a dozen mathematical expressions that resolve to the integers traditionally found on an analog timepiece. The clock is an artifact of the Triple Nine Society, a sort of MENSA competitor for adults who test at or above the 99.9th percentile on IQ tests. The rest of us can still buy the clock, presumably.
(Found via Neatorama.)
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